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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Waylin McMillen
DATE: 12-15-08
NUMBER: TB-08-008
Adjustment of 5100 Bottom Weatherstrip
A crowbar may be used to adjust the maximum Displacement of the weatherstrip.
The sweep is set for ¼ inch and may be adjusted up to 7/16 inch.
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Waylin McMillen
DATE: 10-17-08
NUMBER: TB-08-007
There is still some confusion on the physical differences between the 8100 (Low power
or full power up to 350 pound doors) and the 6100 (Low power only up to 175 pound
doors) swing door operators.
The only physical difference is that the 8100 operator has a longer motor.
8100 Motor
Notice the distance from the end of the control board.
6100 Motor
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Waylin McMillen
DATE: 9-26-08
NUMBER: TB-08-006
This is a copy of the sticker of default parameters for a 6100/8100 operator. The
italicized numbers are the default settings. There is space available next to the default
settings so you can mark what the individual settings for each door are going to be.
The sticker is located inside the header cover.
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Waylin McMillen
DATE: 8-15-08
NUMBER: TB-08-005
When identifying what hand a door is, you always identify from the outside of the building with the
operator on the inside of the building.
INTERIOR
LH
LHR
RH
RHR
LH
RH
LHR
RHR
LHR RH
DOUBLE EGRESS
EXTERIOR
The following is used with RH, RHR
The following is used with LH, LHR
The covers above are shown as you would get them out of the box and are positioned this way
during manufacturing to identify handing. The opposite pinion cutout has been removed for
representation only
LH
Pull
RH
Operator
Pull
Operator
Door
Door
Exterior
Exterior
LHR
RHR
Push
Operator
Push
Operator
Door
Door
Exterior
Exterior
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Waylin McMillen
DATE: 18 July 2008
NUMBER: TB-08-004
Doors / Sidelites ordered with multiple muntins must include dimensions from the bottom of the panel to
the centerline of each muntin. If dimensions are not supplied record will locate the muntins evenly spaced
so as to provide equal glass sizes whenever possible.
Muntins
Shown below are the standard 3” muntin and 6 additional
custom muntin sizes.
STANDARD 3"
MUNTIN BAR
4" MUNTIN
(USING 2½" RAIL)
4½" MUNTIN
(USING 3" RAIL)
5" MUNTIN
(USING 3½" RAIL)
sizes. Contact record-usa for
5½" MUNTIN
(USING 4" RAIL)
6½" MUNTIN
(USING 5" RAIL)
7½" MUNTIN
(USING 6" RAIL)
1.500 3.000
2.500 4.000
3.000 4.500
3.500 5.000
4.000 5.500
5.000 6.500
6.000
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE:
5-18-08
NUMBER: TB-08-003
6100 / 8100 Cover Mounting / Support Bracket
The 6100 / 8100 swing door systems now offer a mounting / support bracket for cover
installation and attachment. This bracket allows the cover to be secured on all three sides in
the event the ends of the cover are not accessible due to an adjacent wall or obstruction.
All dual operators will be supplied with three brackets mounted as shown below, one in the
middle and one at each end. These brackets will make cover installation and removal
easier.
Single units will not be shipped with the brackets as standard but can be purchased upon
request if noted on the order.
4-80-1003
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 3-3-08
NUMBER: TB-08-002
Series 6100 / 8100 alternate ON / OFF / HOLD OPEN switch locations
The standard location for the on/off/hold open switch is in the end cap which in some
instances isn’t accessible due to adjacent walls. A typical example of this situation is
hospital corridor installations. To accommodate these applications record-usa can offer
alternate switch locations as detailed below for a $100.00 net add for single or dual, just
provide us the desired switch location when placing your order.
Standard
Standard
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BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 1-18-2008
NUMBER: TB-08-001
ENCODER HARNESS & CONNECTOR CHANGES
The Series 6100 and 8100 Swing Door Operator Systems now incorporate a more rugged
connector configuration which should reduce the number of damaged control and encoder circuit
boards. Additionally, an adaptor harness is available so that either the new control will connect to
the old motor or a new motor will connect to the old control.
Old Style Control connection
Old Style Motor connection
New Style Motor connection
New Style Control connection
9-80-0016 Encoder Adaptor Harness
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 12-21-07
NUMBER: TB-07-009
6100 / 8100
Shipping Damage Issues
The 6100 / 8100 series operator drive modules may need to be sent out as replacement parts orders and
could require our dealers to return the suspected defective operators to record-usa for evaluation. Should this
situation arise, do not discard the packaging for the drive module unless it has significant damage. Note: If
this packaging, or equal, is not used, and damage occurs when returned, that damage will not be covered by
the product warranty.
The typical damage being identified is to the encoder which occurs when the connector is hit, pushing it into
the black encoder housing and damaging the internal components. To reduce the chances of damage remove
the connector shown in figure “A” below and place it across the control as shown in figure “B”.
Figure “B”
Figure “A”
Encoder Connector
Connector/cable
placement to pack
Figure “C” shows the operator properly packed for reshipment with packing at each end of the operator drive module to
protect against damage.
Packing
Packing
Figure “C”
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE:
11-16-07
NUMBER: TB-07-008
5100 Electric Lock Software Enhancement
The 5100 electric lock system consists of the lock mechanism and the
software that allows the lock to work in different modes.
Some
circumstances may cause the lock mechanism to bind producing a
locking error which will cause the door to open approximately six inches
and shut down. Perform an inspection of the lock and make sure the
mechanical action works smooth and free.
Check for mechanical binding
in the solenoid plunger and
guides
If the lock is in proper working condition and the lock is still binding
when activated, make sure the 5100 slider software has been updated to
version 1.50 or later. This latest software contains enhancements to the
energy applied to the lock that may eliminate the need for replacement
of the lock mechanism.
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 7-27-07
NUMBER: TB-07-007
SERIES 5100 AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM
AUXILIARY POWER OPTIONS
The Series 5100 sliding door system has available two auxiliary power options for limited
operation when building mains power is lost. Both options can be concealed within the
head section of the door, or remotely mounted for ease of access.
The Nicad Battery Pack is used to operate the door in one of four actions immediately
upon loss of 120VAC mains power. The operator remains in this position until power is
restored, then resumes the operating mode (Automatic, Off, Exit Only, etc.) in place at the
time of power failure. The four actions are
Unlock and open
.
Open, if not locked
.
Close, do not lock
.
Close and lock
Nicad Battery Pack
4-1/2” x 3” x 2-3/4”
Uninterruptible Power Supply
20-1/2” x 4” x 2-3/4”
If the door is in the closed position and mains power is lost, it can be opened automatically
by providing a signal to the “Remote Switch” input of the door control.
The Series 5100 door control maintains a full charge in the battery module and monitors its
status. If an abnormal condition occurs with the battery module, such as a disconnection
from the operator or a low voltage status, the control will indicate the specific issue on the
door's digital control panel. An alarm contact is available from the door control that will also
provide indication to an independent monitor of the abnormal condition.
The Uninterruptible Power Supply is used to maintain full operation of the automatic door
for a period of time and/or number of cycles. Typical standby operation is approximately 30
minutes, or 100 cycles of continuous operation.
An audible annunciator will “beep” when the unit is operating on standby power. The
frequency of annunciations increases as the remaining standby time is reduced.
As with the NiCad Battery Module above, the door can be programmed to perform one of
four actions, or continue functioning in the current operating mode.
The module is self-monitoring and will annunciate if an abnormal condition is discovered.
The nominal power rating for the module is 200 VA.
Both modules can be retro-fitted to existing Series 5100 installations.
Consult your local record-USA representative for additional information.
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE:
7-2-07
NUMBER: TB-07-006
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 6-13-07
NUMBER: TB-07-005
INTERCHANGING SERIES 6100 AND 8100 CONTROLS
The Series 6100 and 8100 operators both utilize the same control and software.
Upon initial operation of the unit in the plant, the motor type (6100 or 8100) is determined and the speed / force
parameters are set accordingly.
If the control is then removed from the operator and installed in an operator of the same type, a calibration run
(press & hold Control button for 3 flashes) is all that is required to properly set up the control for the new
installation.
If, however, the control is installed on a different series operator (from a 6100 to an 8100, or vice versa), it must be
reset to factory initial run status to re-learn the operator / motor type.
An alarm code “38 Motor 1 overheat” will occur if the control is set up for one series operator and subsequently
connected to the other series.
The following steps must be followed to reset the unit –
1. Verify V1.26 or later software is in the FPC902, and V1.31 or later in the
operator; if not, they must be updated. Consult the instructions provided
with the FPC902 for updating.
2. Connect FPC902 to the control and proceed to the “Parameter /
Maintenance / Functions / Operation mode / Diagnostics.
3. Select “Functions” and press “OK”
4. Select “Factory settings”, press “OK”, select “Yes” to “Are you sure?”, &
press “OK”.
5. Select “Default settings”, press “OK”, select “Yes” to “Are you sure?”, &
press “OK”.
The unit should initiate a complete re-boot, indicated by several relay clicks and the FPC902 resetting.
After the operator restarts, the status screen on the FPC902 will indicate the unit is now set up as a “0 Basic
operator” and “52 No running parameter”.
The “38 Motor 1 overheat” alarm code should now be cleared.
The Parameter “Entrance system” / “Door type” should be selected and set to either “1 USA” or “25 USA Low
Energy” for operation compliant with ANSI A156.10 and A156.19 standards. Again, several relay clicks will be
heard, indicating the unit has restarted in the new configuration.
Follow the configuration steps provided in the operator’s installation instructions to complete the commissioning.
Note: The motor select sequence can also be initiated by pressing and holding the Control button for 9 flashes of
the red LED, then momentarily removing the jumper between terminals 14 and 15. This will also clear the “38
Motor 1 overheat” code.
Additional Note: A Series 6100 operator can be connected to a Series 8100 for coordinated operation (bi-swing
pair &/or double-egress); however, the opening speeds may not be synchronized.
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 4-27-07
NUMBER: TB-07-004
Setting up 6100/8100 Dual Simultaneous from two singles
Caution: Proper working knowledge of the 6100/8100, FPC 902, Hand held Display, and appropriate ANSI Standard is
required when setting up this and all configurations.
Step 1.
Determine size and order backplate, cover, and arms for opening.
Step 2.
Confirm operators being used have same date software and update if required.
Step 3.
Check for correct handing locate and mount operators and power supply onto backplate.
(use cover to assist w/output shaft location)
Step 4.
Set Jumpers on Left Hand operator for Slave and Right Hand operator for Master as
shown below and on page 21 of installation manual.
Step 5.
Wire Master to Slave power and communication connections as shown below and on
page 22 of installation instructions.
Step 6.
Step 7.
Install arms and set door open stops.
Apply power to the dual and do the following sequence.
1. Press and hold control button on Master for 8 flashes
2. Press and hold control button on Slave for 8 flashes
3. Press and hold control button on Master for 3 flashes (operator will calibrate)
4. Press and hold control button on Slave for 3 flashes (operator will calibrate)
5. With hand held display or FPC 902 Set “Mechanical Panel” in Slave operator to “0”
for 3 pos. (Auto), this setting is in “Service STG Slave-Parameters-Control PanelMechanical Panel”.
6. With hand held display or FPC 902 go to “Parameters-MS 2-Leaves and set the
“Overlap”, “Sequ. Control Open”, and “Seq. Control Clos.” To “0” for simultaneous
operation.
Step 8.
Set time delay as required for particular application.
Note: 1. If door mounted sensors are being used, the sensors must be connected to the
operator/control of that door panel, i.e. Slave operator/control or Master operator/control.
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BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE:
NUMBER:
3-19-07
TB-07-003
6100 / 8100 Common Locking Options
Electric Strike Locking (DC)
Lock Type:
Lock Operation:
Lock Current:
24VDC Electric Strike (by others)
Fail Secure – Always Locked
.500 Amps or less
6100 / 8100 Operator Display / FPC902 Screen Settings:
Lock Function:
“3 Always Locked”
Lock Type:
“1 Standard”
Mechanical Panel:
“7 3 Pos. (OFF-M)”
Description of Operation:
The door will be unlocked when an activation signal is applied to 1&2 or1&7
The operator will pulse the door closed to release any binding in the strike
Power to the strike will then occur and unlock to allow a door open cycle
Install jumper on
Terminal 22 & 24
Once the door closes the operator will drive the door in the closed direction
to overcome any mechanical binding in the lock and/or door frame
Note: For applications where the door is to be unlocked during the day for normal automation and locked when the
on/off/hold switch is in the off position, the following settings are required.
Lock Function:
“1 Night Locked”
Mechanical Panel:
“9 3 POS. (Lock-M)”
Magnetic lock (Mag Lock) Locking
Lock Type:
Lock Operation:
Lock Current:
24VDC Magnetic Lock (by others)
Fail Safe – Always Locked (If power is applied to door)
.500 Amps or less
6100 / 8100 Operator Display / FPC902 Screen Settings:
Lock Function:
“3 Always Locked”
Lock Type:
“6 Magnet”
Mechanical Panel:
“7 3 Pos. (OFF-M)”
Install jumper on
Terminal 20 & 24
Description of Operation:
The door will be unlocked when an activation signal is applied to 1&2 or1&7
Power to the lock will be removed and unlock to allow a door open cycle
Note: For applications where the door is to be unlocked during the day for normal automation and locked when the
on/off/hold switch is in the off position, the following settings are required.
Lock Function:
“1 Night Locked”
Mechanical Panel:
“9 3 POS. (Lock-M)”
Caution! The maximum current draw for accessories such as electric lock or sensor systems is .500 amps, do not
attempt to power both systems from this power supply at the same time.
Additional locking functions such as Bolt locking with bolt position monitoring as shown on the 6100/8100 wiring
diagram and “Pulsed” AC electric strike are also possible. For more information please contact record-usa.
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 1-24-07
NUMBER: TB-07-002
8100 Arm Adaptor Damage
The 8100 series arm adaptor can become damaged if it is subjected to excessive loads.
This damage is not due to a design flaw, but is the result of forces applied to the door such
as wind load, forced open rotation while at the 90 degree stop, and aggressive manual
misuse.
For applications that might be subjected to this high level of abuse, consider one of the
following to minimize the chance of damage.
1. Install a door stop on the floor.
2. Setup the operator stop so that the operator calibrates past 90
degrees and adjust the “opening angle” limit back to 90 degrees
with the FPC 902 or handheld display. This setting is located in
Parameters – Drive - Opening angle.
For replacement adaptors, please call customer service at 1-800-438-1937 and specify
which adaptor is required.
1/2”
(20mm)
9-80-0006-CL
1-3/4”
(50mm)
9-80-0007-CL
3”
(80mm)
9-80-0009-CL
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 1-10-07
NUMBER: TB-07-001
8100 Quick Hints
1. The calibration cycle of the 8100 is initiated by pressing and holding the “Control Button” for three flashes.
Control Button on 8100 control
The “Calibration Cycle” begins after approximately 5 seconds whether the switch is in the “Off” or
“Automatic” position. If the operator is in “Hold Open” it will have to be switched to either “Off” or
Auto” in order to allow the door to close and a calibration to occur. An activate signal from the
door mounted and/or header mounted approach sensor will also keep the door open once the
calibration has started.
2. That “Blinking Red Light” on the endcap.
The Red LED will blink when the operator
needs to do a calibration run or if an error has
occurred such as any activation or safety
input lasting longer than 60 seconds.
`
Press and hold this button for 8 seconds or
until the LED turns off to clear errors and
reset the operator.
3. The “Locking Function” located in “parameters / Locking” may be set on either “Night Locked”
(1) or “Always locked” (3). If after activation the operator appears to push closed slightly
before the door starts to move, the setting is in “Always Locked”. To eliminate this delay,
select “Night Locked” (1).
4. In order to have manual push and latch check with a USA Low Energy operator, the options in
“MANUAL CONTROL” under “PARAMETERS” need to be set as follows:
During Closing = 1, When Locked = 1, When auto = 1, Supp. Dur. Clos. = 1
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BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 12-13-06
NUMBER: TB-06-004
5100/5200/5900
Transom Assembly
The record-usa transom system for all sliding door frames requires mechanical assembly at the time of field
installation. Suggested fastening points for standard ¼” flush glazing is illustrated below in figure 1 and will
require #10 minimum size fasteners (not Included) at all points indicated by screws for the top and bottom of
vertical mullions and transom tube ends. Glazing sizes other than ¼” will require additional fasteners as
shown in figure 2 due to the Glass stop adapter and sash and gutter.
Figure 1
Figure 2
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BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 11-27-06
NUMBER: TB-06-003
8100 Series Arms & Configurations
Secondary Arm Lengths for Outswing applications
The Standard Arm Assembly, 9-80-0010-CL,
will work in outswing (push) applications up to
a 12” reveal, and inswing (pull) applications up
to a 6” reveal. A 50mm Adapter is included.
Depth of Reveal
Total Arm Length ¢ to ¢
Channel Dimension
0"
1"
2"
3"
4"
5"
6"
7"
8"
9"
10"
11"
12"
19"
19-13/16"
20-5/8"
21-7/16"
22-1/4"
23"
24"
24-13/16"
25-5/8"
26-7/16"
27-1/4"
28"
29"
18"
18"
19"
19"
20"
21"
22"
No Cut
No Cut
No Cut
No Cut
No Cut
No Cut
The Slide Track Arm Assembly, 9-80-0012-CL, will
work in outswing (push) applications up to a 3”
reveal, and inswing (pull) applications up to a 6”
reveal. A 20mm Adapter is included.
1/2”
(20mm)
1-3/4”
3”
(50mm) (80mm)
Arm Adapters
Offset Arm Adapter
9-80-0011-CL
The Offset Arm Adapter, 9-80-0011-CL, can be used with
the above Slide Track Arm Assembly to provide a solution
for special applications, such as center-pivoted doors with
breakout capability, or double-egress installations using a
continuous header. No additional Adapter is provided; the
20mm unit provided with the Slide Track Arm is used.
Please note that all 8100 series operators will be sent with clear finish arms. Contact customer
service for additional information on optional finishes.
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8100 endcap / backplate assembly
There have been reports that the endcaps on the 8100 series operator are being damaged during
shipping and handling; record-usa is aggressively pursuing alternate methods of packaging and
freight forwarder options to minimize damages. Until these issues are resolved, there will be an
additional set of endcaps sent with each unit in the event there is damage upon arrival to its
destination. We appreciate your patience in this matter and assure that there will be a solution as
soon as possible.
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE:
11-1-06
NUMBER: TB-06-002
Series 5100 Anti-rise / Anti-derail
Roller Assembly Upgrade
The Series 5100 upper carrier assemblies include an Anti-rise / Anti-derail roller assembly highlighted in the
illustrations below. The 9-51-0003 roller assembly, identified by a black plastic “tire”, has been replaced by the
4-51-0021 assembly, identified by the white plastic roller. The rollers are directly interchangeable and
mounted to the carrier assembly by the same 10mm Hex Washer Head bolt.
Anti-Rise roller Assembly
Hex Head Bolt
(10mm)
Front View
Rear View
Door Carrier Roller Assembly (2 per door)
9-51-0003
4-51-0021
To replace the rollers, the suggested procedure is as follows:
1. Remove power to the door by disconnecting the black 120VAC plug and cable on the righthand end of the power supply.
2. Remove the sliding door panel(s) from the carrier assemblies.
3. Loosen the 10mm Hex Washer Head bolt (shown above) in the diagonal slot and slide to the bottom of the slot.
4. Lift the carrier assembly up and off of the track (removal of the belt clamp is not necessary).
5. Remove the 9-51-0003 assembly (black tire) and replace with the 4-51-0021 assembly (white roller). Note the flat
chamfers on the roller axle should fit in the slot on the carrier assembly plate.
6. Re-install the carrier assembly on the track and adjust the new roller assembly toward the upper end of the slot
such that the wheel lightly rolls against the aluminum header extrusion. Tighten the 10mm bolt securely in place.
7. Re-attach the door panel(s) and manually slide the doors fully open and closed, checking for mechanical binds.
8. Restore 120VAC power to the power supply and verify proper operation of the door.
(Pedestrian doors should be adjusted in conformance to ANSI A156.10).
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TECHNICAL
BULLETIN
From the office of:
Mike White
DATE: 10-18-06
NUMBER: TB-06-001
SOFTWARE UPDATES
FROM record-usa WEBSITE
The following procedure is required to download software updates for:
• FPC902 Programmer Hand Terminal
• Series 5100 Slide Door System
• Series 8100 Swing Door Operator
YOU WILL NEED A MEMORY CARD READER FOR MMC MEMORY CARDS FOR YOUR COMPUTER
1. Go to www.record-usa.com Home page and check the date of the latest software with what is in
your MMC Memory card located in the top of the FPC902 next to the cable plug.
2. To check the date of the software in your FPC902 press the blue “BAT” button in the lower left
hand corner of the FPC and the version and date will be displayed.
3. Compare this date with the date in the lower left corner of the home page directly under the
search window shown below.
4. If the date is more recent on the Home page than the date displayed on the FPC902 in step 2
above, click on the date on the Home Page and you will be linked to the software update site; the
following choices exist.
Technical Bulletin Continued
5. Create a folder on your computer for each of the files and download the .zip files to those folders.
6. Once downloaded you will have to unzip the files before they will work in the FPC902.
7. After the files are unzipped there will be three .pdf instruction documents and the FPC folder
(FPC902 MMC VX.XX) containing the two folders that need to be copied to the MMC Memory
card.
8. Open the file called “FPC902 Update Instructions.pdf” and follow the instructions. (Shown below)
9. The two remaining files “S5100FPCinstructionsSep06.pdf” and “S8000FPCinstructionsSep06.pdf”
provide individual instructions and screens for setting up the 5100 Slide Door System and 8100
Swing Door Operator with the FPC902.
The file called Series 5100-V1.40-07Aug2006 and Series 8000-V1.30-31Aug2006 contain specific wiring
diagrams, owners manuals, installation instructions and special application diagrams for the 5100 Slide
Door System and 8100 Swing Door Operator and should be printed and supplied to all technical
personnel.
Just click on the desired link and download as described above.
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